Take pride in our children’s future
As a life-long resident of Spring Valley and the son of two Spring Valley teachers, I am proud to say I am voting “Yes” on April 9 for Hall High School. I hope those of you who are undecided will take time to read this letter and consider the reasons to vote “Yes” for our school and community.
My father, Rollie Morris, was a teacher and coach at Hall High School for 33 years, and he had great pride in this school and community. When he started teaching in 1963, the school was already 50 years old. Now with the school turning 100 years old, we are faced with a building that is not fully accessible to students with disabilities or to students with injuries that limit their mobility. Is it fair that these students have to stay in one hallway or go down stairs on their backside?
Schools are a reflection of the pride of a community, and Hall High School is no different. We have always taken pride in the accomplishments of our students — in academics and athletics — and when the community comes together to support the new school building, we set an example that our community cares about education and strives to make this a great place to live.
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